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Nobody Can Predict the Moment of Revolution (Occupy Wall Street Video)

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[The following video was released on 23 September 2011. In the face of what is for all intents and purposes a mainstream media blackout, we felt it important to share this video and the accompanying text. It gives voice to many of the people gathered in the New York City financial district.]

We want to share insights into the formation of a new social movement as it is still taking shape in real time. The video was shot during the 5th and 6th day of the occupation. The idea to occupy the financial district in New York City was inspired by recent uprisings in Spain, Greece, Egypt, and Tunisia, which most of us were following online. Despite the corporate media's effort to silence these protests, and Yahoo's attempt to censor them in e-mail communications, the occupation is growing in numbers and spreading to other cities in the United States and abroad.

 

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1 comment for "Nobody Can Predict the Moment of Revolution (Occupy Wall Street Video)"

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we are all 99%, we are all together ... thank you Iva & Martina for making possible for us far away to see, hear and experience Wall Streets protests...

dubravka wrote on October 04, 2011 at 02:09 PM

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